Transfer Students

Students who transfer to Friends University from another higher education institution can transfer up to 78 credit hours! Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of continuing your education at Friends.

Finish with Friends

Friends University is pleased to partner with Dodge City Community College and Hutchinson Community College as part of the Finish with Friends program. This program allows students who have completed their associate’s degree to earn a bachelor’s degree with Friends University through classes offered on the respective community college campuses.

Classes are offered in the evenings with classes starting every eight weeks.  This allows students to complete their degree while maintaining their work, family and other responsibilities.

Students can choose from the following bachelor’s programs that are part of the Finish with Friends program:

Contact the Office of Admissions for more information about the Finish at Friends program.

Articulation Agreements

Friends University is very happy to partner with several regional community colleges to accept their associate degrees (AAS, AA, AS, AGS) with junior standing at Friends University in the College of Adult and Professional Studies (CAPS). Some of our articulation agreements are listed on this page. In addition to this, Friends University academic success coaches would be happy to work with the advisors at these community colleges throughout the completion of your associate degree program in preparation for you to transfer to Friends to complete your bachelor’s degree. If you are interested in this process, please see our Dual Advising Form for Transfer Students below. If you have any questions on this or whether Friends has a partnership with your community college, please contact us at 316-295-5300 or

Dual Advising

The purpose of the dual advising program is to give students enrolled at a community college the opportunity to access academic advising and/or academic success coaching with Friends University staff throughout the completion of their associate’s program in preparation for transferring to Friends to complete a bachelor’s degree. The goal of the program is to provide a seamless transition for students transferring from partner schools by providing support throughout a students’ academic journey.


  • Students must be enrolled at a partner community college
  • Students should complete the dual advising application at the time of enrollment at the community college of their choice. Students may complete the dual advising application prior to applying for admission to Friends University. A separate application will be required when students are ready to transfer.

Students must achieve a high school GPA or cumulative college GPA of 2.0 or higher.

Contact the Office of Admissions with any questions, or to get started in the dual advising program, complete the form below.